1988 Ferrari Testarossa

For sale in West Bloomfield

$134,900

Cauley Ferrari of Detroit

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$134,900
Exterior Colour Rosso Corsa
Interior Trim Beige
Transmission Manual
Bodystyle 2-Door Coupe
Capacity 4,943
Odometer: 23,740 mi
Fuel Petrol
VIN # ZFFSG17A1J0075057
STOCK # CAULEY

Cauley Ferrari of Detroit

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Ferrari testarossa Specification

1988 Ferrari Testarossa Performance

Engine

Rear, Longitudinal, Flat 12*

Top Speed

290 km/h

Power

390 bhp at 6,300 rpm

Technical Specification

  • Engine: Rear, Longitudinal, Flat 12
  • Top speed: 290 km/h
  • Power: 390 bhp at 6,300 rpm
  • Suspension front: Independent, double wishbones, coil springs, co-axial Koni dampers
  • Transmission: Borg & Beck dry, twin-plate clutch, 5-speed gearbox + reverse, ZF limited-slip differential
  • Displacement: 4,943.04 cc
  • Chassis: Tubular Steel
  • Suspension rear: Independent, double wishbones, double coil springs, twin co-axial Koni dampers
  • Weight dry: 1,506 kg
  • Distribution: 4 valves per cylinder, twin overhead camshafts per cylinder bank
  • Weight kerb: -

Dealer Notes

VIN #: ZFFSG17A1J0075057

Stock #: CAULEY Cauley Ferrari of Detroit is proud to offer you this 1988 Ferrari Testarossa featured in the classic Rosso Corsa over Beige leather. This particular Testarossa is coming out of our owner's private collection. He has cared for this car over the past 7 years and prior to him it resided with a local Detroit couple for the last 20 years. This is a really nice example that comes complete with the original books, tool kit, spare key, and even the original window sticker. The car is just now coming due for it's major timing belts service so that will be performed prior to delivery and is included in the price. This is a great piece of mind knowing the car will be 100% fresh on all its maintenance needs. A Ferrari Classiche certification has been completed on the vehicle which guarantees the vehicles authenticity and originality with the Factory. This is a very fine example of true Ferrari design as this is one of the most iconic models in history.The Paris Motor Show in October 1984 saw the return of the glorious Testarossa as heir to the 512 BBi. Pininfarina's design broke somewhat with tradition and was striking and innovative. The side intakes were larger than on the previous model and this design element introduced the long side strakes that would become the Testarossa's most recognizable feature The evolution of the 12-cylinder boxer engine saw it equipped with four valves per cylinder: the most powerful engine mounted on a production sports car at the time of its launch. The Testarossa was a model that took its name from the company's history, being derived from the successful 500 and 250 Testa Rossa series of sports racing cars from the late fifties. The name Testa Rossa is Italian for Red Head, and refers to the color that the camshaft covers were painted on the sports racing models. Naturally, the modern Testarossa came equipped with similarly red painted camshaft covers. The Pininfarina designed replacement for the Boxer series was visually radically different from its predecessor, although it still featured a mid-mounted flat twelve engine as the previous 512 BBi. Gone was the sharp nosed wedge profile, to be replaced by a much softer rounded front end. The front wings flowed into one of the models most distinctive styling features, the deeply straked door panels that grew in width towards their trailing edge, before blending into very wide rear wings. The reason for the widening rear end and the body color straked doors, was the twin side mounted water radiators which received their cooling air via the door intakes. The matte black egg crate grill in the nose of the car provided a link with Ferrari tradition, bordered by combination driving side, turn indicator light assemblies, with paired headlights in retractable pods on the upper face of the nose. The repositioning of the radiators provided the benefit of additional luggage space in the nose, useable luggage space being something that had been a shortcoming of the Boxer series. Although the front track was only 12 mm greater than that of the 512 BBi, the rear track increased by a massive 105mm, making the car wedge shape in plan rather than profile. At the rear, the paired circular tail light arrangement that had been a styling feature for over a decade was gone. In their place was a full width horizontally slatted satin black hiding rectangular combination light units. The engine was the first four valves per cylinder flat twelve cylinder configuration unit fitted in a Ferrari road car but maintained the same cubic capacity of 4943cc of the 512 BBi. It had twin belt driven overhead camshafts per bank, now driven directly off the crankshaft instead of via idler gears on earlier Boxer models. The dry sump engine was longitudinally mounted in unit with the five speed transmission, in a very similar manner to that of the preceding Boxer series. It used Bosch KE-Jetronic fuel injection and produced 380bhp @ 5750rpm.

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